1974
DOT/FAA/AM-
  • 74/2 A sex comparison of reasons for attrition of nonjourneyman FAA air traffic controllers
  • 74/3 Adaptation to vestibular disorientation. XII. Habituation of vestibular responses: an overview
  • 74/4 Experimental trauma of occipital impacts
  • 74/5 Characteristics of medically disqualified airman applicants during calendar year 1971
  • 74/6 Amplitude/frequency differences in a supine resting single-lead electrocardiogram of normal versus coronary heart diseased males
  • 74/7 Job-related attitudes of nonjourneyman FAA air traffic controllers and former controllers: a sex comparison
  • 74/8 Aircraft-pilot and other pre-employment experience as factors in the selection of air traffic controller trainees
  • 74/9 Behavioral, autonomic, and subjective reactions to low- and moderate-level sonic booms: A report of two experiments and a general evaluation of sonic boom startle effects
  • 74/10 Multiple-task performance as a predictor of the potential of air traffic controller trainees: A followup study
  • 74/11 Comparison of Opa Locka Tower with other ATC facilities by means of a biochemical stress index
  • 74/12 A realistic view of the people in air traffic control